visual c++ program

  nero 17:38 13 Mar 05

I have created a C++ program and need to adjust the source code.
The program is in the form of an EXE program and need to change it back into source code form.
Is there anyway i can do it without having to re-enter fro scratch.

  Jaymz87 18:04 13 Mar 05

It's not easy to reverse engineer a C++ EXE file, but I think I have read somewhere that it is possible.

However, I'm just wondering, how come you don't have the source code anymore? If it's due to formatting your HD or something, you might be able to recover it. Can't remember what software you need to recover data, but try googling for it.

If you can't recover it manually, you may have to start it all over again. Sorry :)

  mattyc_92 18:05 13 Mar 05

Have you saved the project??? or did you just distibrute it without saving the project...

If you saved the project, then just open up the save file and just make the changes and then distibrute it again....

(I don't use Visual C++, so I can't be of much help....)

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